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Spine

At University Orthopaedic Associates (UOA), our award-winning surgeons, Dr. Gino Chiappetta, Dr. Matthew McDonnell and Dr. Ravi Verma, have comprehensive training and expertise in diagnosing and treating spinal conditions. Whenever possible, they use the most minimally invasive surgical procedures. Minimally invasive spine surgery uses leading-edge technology to treat spinal conditions or injuries in a way that requires the least amount of manipulation and impact. This reduces surgical times, improves post-surgical pain and helps you recover faster.

Trauma, sports injuries, aging or normal wear and tear are a few factors that can lead to conditions that adversely affect the structure of the spine or damage the vertebrae and surrounding tissue. Spinal conditions can be painful, and they can significantly limit your quality of life. UOA offers safe and effective treatment for a number of spinal conditions and injuries, including the following:

The surgeons at UOA specialize in developing customized treatment plans for patients suffering from spinal conditions. Types of spine surgeries performed by UOA experts include:

At UOA, the high caliber of surgical care drives excellent outcomes for patients. The team of spine surgeons at UOA are leading experts in their field, and have performed more than 7,500 spine procedures.

Diagnosing and managing a spinal condition does not always necessitate surgery. Our surgical team works together with our interventional physiatry and pain management team to assess back pain in a comprehensive manner, considering surgery only as a last resort. If you or a loved one is suffering from back pain, our team of specialists can help.

UOA uses a patient-centered approach that guarantees you receive a customized treatment plan. Our board-certified, fellowship-trained spine surgeons are dedicated to helping you get back on track so you can resume your everyday activities while staying pain-free.

Contact UOA today at (732) 537-0909 to request an appointment if you need treatment for an orthopaedic spine injury.

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